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BBS: New Requirement for All Applicants and Licensees

BBS: New Requirement for All Applicants and Licensees

As outlined on page 9 of the January 2019 BBS Newsletter(https://www.bbs.ca.gov/pdf/newsletters/winter_2019.pdf), both applicants and licensees must complete at least six hours of coursework or supervised experience in suicide risk assessment and intervention beginning January 1, 2021.

NASW-CA Chapter Online CE Program offers coursework to meet this requirement at https://www.socialworkweb.com/#/s/suicideprevention.

NASW Launches “Ask a Social Worker” Video Q&A Column

NASW’s new “Ask a Social Worker” video Q&A column answers practice-related questions from social workers. Videos will be shared onNASW’s website and social media.

In our inaugural video, NASW Senior Practice Associate Susan Ross offers tips on starting a private practice. Have a question for “Ask a Social Worker”? Send it to ..Read More…

Award Submission Deadline Extended to May 31!

We have extended the deadline for our state nominations to the end of May.

Every year, the California Chapter of NASW honors individuals who have made significant contributions to social work. It’s time to submit your nominations!

These include social workers who have performed outstanding work in the past few years (Social Worker ..Read More…

Nominate Outstanding Social Workers Now

Every year, the California Chapter of NASW honors individuals 
who have made significant contributions to social work. It’s time to submit your nominations!

These include social workers who have performed outstanding work in the past few years (Social Worker of the Year); social workers who have a lifetime of major achievements (Lifetime Achievement); non-social workers ..Read More…

Rock the Vote!

Happy National Census Day! On April 1st, one year from today, the 2020 Census will be in full swing.

So much more than a population count, the Census determines the distribution of political power and money from the federal government to our communities. When we aren’t counted our communities don’t get their fair share.

We ..Read More…

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